Shade - Living Colour


Living Colour

  • Genre: Metal
  • Release Date: 2017-09-08
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 13

  • ℗ 2017 LC25 Productions


Title Artist Time
Freedom of Expression (F.O.X.) Living Colour 2:53 USD 1.29
Preachin' Blues Living Colour 4:19 USD 1.29
Come On Living Colour 3:21 USD 1.29
Program Living Colour 4:43 USD 1.29
Who Shot Ya Living Colour 3:37 USD 1.29
Always Wrong Living Colour 4:04 USD 1.29
Blak Out Living Colour 2:29 USD 1.29
Pattern in Time Living Colour 2:55 USD 1.29
Who's That Living Colour 4:10 USD 1.29
Glass Teeth Living Colour 2:58 USD 1.29
Invisible Living Colour 3:44 USD 1.29
Inner City Blues Living Colour 4:00 USD 1.29
Two Sides Living Colour 5:11 USD 1.29


  • Rock Solid Living Colour!!

    By fjk1138
    I love this album. LC is back in full force and they are sound as awesome as they ever did. God bless Living Colour!
  • Colinbass is an idiot

    By Deeeke
    This album is amazing start to finish. It's mind boggling that a band can produce music with this kid of edge and freshness so far into their career.
  • Blowing Speakers and Taking Names

    By Tom DeBaum
    This is one of my favorite Living Colour albums ever. There is not a weak track. Blues-based riffs are giant, and stay in your head for hours after you've walked away from your stereo. This is a tour de force from THE virtuoso power trio. After all these years they are still fierce. They do not shy away from writing and singing about our silly, frivolous, dangerous, superficial society and culture. I know it may sound over the top, but Cory Glover is the best, most talented rock/pop vocalist EVER. Tone, range, vibrato, phrasing, all are just superb and head and shoulders above ANY other vocalist working today. I am in awe of this album. It was well worth the nine year wait since "Chair." My only advice is "Play It Loud!!"
  • A worthy follow up

    By TuneBot76
    This album is definitely up there with Time’s Up and Staind. Everything to love about Living Colour is found here. Great work guys!
  • Best Album Yet!

    By Yogabagabigabu
    I have been a fan since pre-Vivid days........Shade is LC's best album ever. I have been playing it non-stop since it dropped almost 2 months ago. Saw LC in PHX back in May ahead of the release where they played Preachin' Blues, Who Shot Ya?, and Who's That? Just the energy and vibe of those 3 songs told me this would be a great album. LC is still, if not more, instrumental today.
  • Yes yes yes

    By Ogremunchy
    I saw them live for the first time not 12 hours ago, and my ears are still ringing. What have I been denying myself?! This album is awesome!!!
  • Wow!

    By Yes Fan 90125
    This band continues to amaze. One of the best rock bands in the world. Period.
  • Prepare to be amazed

    By burbskate
    Amazing album. Sonically full. Four extremely talented musicians at their best. Blues based, but with their own slant. Just get it.
  • It’s cool but...

    By Yippyskippywow
    Riffs are great, songs sound great but why put long insignificant intros on the tunes. And why so mad? They should title the album “everything stinks in the let’s all complain together”
  • So Far, So Great!

    By HM2GRiSH
    It is only the pre-order so it is much too early to claim the album a success but the two pre-order tracks are solid. Who Shot Ya? a cover of Biggie's original comes at a time when it is important to readdress gun violence and realize the human toll of gun violence everyday in the United States. Come On, is the first origianl track that has been released to the general public and I like it. I am finding that I am developing a relationship to this song and finding personal meaning. A few other tracks I have heard already, namely Preachin' Blues and Who's That, both live, which was a phenomenal treat during their Synesthesia tour in 2014 and Freedom of Expression (FOX) which was only available on their concert exclusive 25th Anniversary CD (Preachin' Blues is also on that album). Bottom line is this, these guys will always speak from their heart and from my experience as a super fan, they will always speak with relevance to the issues of the day. Sadly, many of the issues that were ignored on Vivid, Time's Up, Stain, Collideoscope and even Biscuits and Dread (Japan only release I believe) are still very relevant issues today. Their entire library of music has a social conscience and they are not afraid of that. They stand up against popular opinion to increase persepctives. Language they use is meant to challenge our beliefs on matters such as race, racism, other ism's and even ourselves. I am looking forward to this album, perhaps more so than I have looked forward to any of their previous save for Collideoscope, which was the first album I bought upon returning home from the invasion of Iraq. My only wish in regards to LC's music, their message and in their voice, is that I hope they find that broader audience because they deserve it, but we need to listen to socially responsible tracks and we need to hear this type of music from a number of different artists to increase the spectrum of our understanding on what it means to be human. I hope you give this album a try, listen to it, listen to it again and maybe one or two more times for good measure. If you are fortunate enough to see LC live in concert, you are in for a treat and if you are in Seattle, look for me, front and center with the biggest smile and thrashing in unison with the beat, the riffs and the remarkable rythms and lyrics. Enjoy! ***update*** Now that I've listened to the whole album, I love it!!! It's right up there with Time's Up and Stain, it's a blues, grind, funk, rock, metal, rap, mother [email protected] classic! Even better, every song has a strong social message. Layers of meaning as richly nuanced as Living Colour's unique sound. No one can touch this band but everyone should listen!

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